These regions were under the control of Portuguese enclave about 4 centuries and as a result Portuguese culture more or less alive today. Basically the culture of the Daman and Diu is a mixture of Indian and Portuguese traditions which make the territory culturally separate then other region of India. Lots of superb beaches on the coast of Arabian Sea attract thousands of Indian and foreign tourist throughout the year.
Daman district share a coastline along the Arabian Sea near about 12500 meters. Some important sea beaches of the territory are the the Nagoa Beach at Bucharwada village in Diu, the Ghogla Beach of Diu district, the Sunset Point (a small sea beach) of Diu and the beaches of Daman.
Daman and Diu is full of historical forts like Nani Fort of Daman and the Fort of Diu one of the most beautiful forts in India which attracts tourists across the world. Some other tour spots in the territory are Mirasol Water Park and Gangeshwar Temple at Fudam village.
Travel by Road: Daman and Diu is well-connected with a good road network. Bus and taxi services are available in every corner of the UT. Daman and Diu is connected with Ahmedabad (distance 367 km) and Mumbai (distance 193 km) and Vadodara (distance 300 km) by National Highway NH-8.
Travel by Air: There have a domestic Airport in Daman and Diu which has flights to Baroda and Mumbai. Mumbai International Airport is 190 km away from the UT and it is the suitable nearest airport to you.
Travel by Rail: If you planned to reach Daman and Diu by Railways then Vapi Railway station would be the suitable for you. It is just 12 km away from the main town of Daman and well connected to the major cities of India.
There is a table of approximate distance between Daman (capital Town of Daman & Diu) to other major cities of India. These table data provides you an idia of road distance in the scale of Kilometer (km) from Daman to rest parts of India.
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